Projected first-round pick Sidney Jones injures leg at Pro Day

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Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Jones collapsed while doing a backpedaling drill and grabbed his left left. The cornerback was participating in the Huskies' pro day.

Unfortunately, Jones suffered a leg injury that caused him to be taken off the field on a cart at his pro day.

Jones was helped to his feet and leaned upon his coach to shuffle off the field towards a trainer's cart, drawing a hush from the crowd of media, family members and an estimated 50 National Football League talent evaluators as he was driven out of the facility.

He was carted away from the team's facility to get checked out.

Daniel Jeremiah, draft expert for the NFL Network, is reporting that he has received numerous texts from scouts in attendance that Jones has suffered a "significant" lower leg injury.

After the conclusion of his workout, Baker - a teammate of Jones' for three seasons on Montlake - said he was on his way to visit Jones in the Huskies' training room. The last drill, last thing you've got to do, and that happens.

Jones boosted his stock by blazing to a 4.47 clocking in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine last week.

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